Are you looking to grow as a leader? Develop your financial acumen? Build the skills to create innovative workplaces? Now is an ideal time to build skills to advance your career in courses and programs that are immersive, relevant, and actionable.
Build Skills for Success in Management
At Harvard Extension School, we offer flexible pathways to fit your schedule, budget, and career goals. You can design the path that works best for you. Start by taking a single course to build knowledge in a semester. Want to continue? Stack your course toward a certificate — and perhaps ultimately a master’s degree, choosing the courses that best fit your goals.
The Harvard Extension Advantage
Customizable and Stackable Pathways
Learning Designed For Real-World Impact, Including Immersive On-Campus Opportunities
A Faculty of Experts in Leadership, Strategy, Finance, & More
- Business Communications
- Business Economics
- Corporate Finance
- Data Analytics
- Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Leadership
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Marketing Management and Digital Strategy
- Nonprofit Management
- Organizational Behavior
- Principles of Finance
- Project Management
- Real Estate Investment
- Strategic Management
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Exploring Stackable Pathways in Management
Explore the various opportunities to dive deep into management — and design a flexible path through courses, certificates, and degrees.
Students from all over the world come to Harvard Extension. In my classes I’ve had CEOs, government officials, entrepreneurs, scientists, medical doctors, PhDs, and people of all stages of their careers in business and the not-for-profit sector. Adult learners are making a deliberate choice to study, and they’re interested in the topic and very willing to do the work. It’s a wonderful group to teach. ”